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-- giant siemens facing troubles in and out of germany with high-speed trains. france has become the 14th country in the world to legalize gay marriage. a strong majority voting to pass in the national assembly. >> protests breaking out moments before the result of broke out. the passing allows gay couples to adopt as well. outside the parliament building, gay-rights campaigner celebrating the law. >> q joins us on the line. this has been extremely controversial -- hugh joins us on the line. >> one reason is because this touches on the historic divide in france between the right and left. this division goes back to the revolution between conservatives, the catholics, and this conflict with what we would call the more progressive, republican, anti-religious. this has always been in france. we have a very unpopular government now. they are hitting back at the government they see as being at the root of the issue. the whole of the game marriage debate is that there are divided families some of whom are very, very neangry. >> the lot could still face a challenge in the french constitutional c
by siemens. across the country, we're we're building them to last. siemens, answers. one. mutual assured provocation. >> the bottom line is very simply that what kim jong-un has been choosing to do is provocative, it is dangerous, reckless, and the united states will not accept the dprk as a nuclear state. >> north korea detonated a small nuclear bomb seven weeks ago. this has escalated the ongoing cycle of provocation by north korea and counter-provocation by the u.s. and the u.n. march 7th, u.n. security council votes unanimously to sanction pee i don't sanction pyongyang. march 11th, the u.s., and south korea, our longstanding ally, began joint annual war games. march 12th. north korea nullifies korean war's 60-year-old armistice between north and south and threatens to attack. march 20, north korea launches cyber attack on seoul, south korea. march 22. the u.s. and ally south korea announce an agreemt
returned the favor by asking the company siemens for money to promote the film. >> we believe mr. wulff was aware he was writing to siemens as payment for the trip he was taking to munich and that he was ok with that. >> for state prosecutors, the action was tantamount to bribery. they reject allegations that they are acting over zealously by charging wulff over a relatively small sum of money. >> we can only say the law obligates us to be as methodical as possible in our obligations. the public expects that from us. >> hannover's regional court will now have to decide if it will hear the case. >> with support for the european union at all-time lows in britain, prime minister david cameron is in germany for talks expected to focus on what he called a new relationship with europe. >> chancellor angela merkel invited the prime minister and his family to a rare get together at a palace outside the capital. the leaders are set to discuss iran's nuclear program and the civil war in syria. the u.s. secretary of state has made washington's position on north korea crystal clear, telling p'yongy
>>> the mclaughlin group is brought to you by siemens, across the coilding answers and building them to last. siemens, answers. [ music ] >>> e one. doubling down on debt. for years the debait in this town has raged between reducing our deficits at all costs, and making the investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument, because we can do both. >> president obama's $3,788,000,000,000 budget blueprint is a game changer. here are highlights from the 2500-page document. item. taxes. up $1 trillion dollars over ten years. that's on top of this january's $600 billion tax hike. item. domestic spending. up $1.058 trillion total. repeals the sequester, cuts, funds preschools, highways, green energy. item. defense spending down $500 billion. bases closed, weapons canceled. thousands of jobs cut. higher medical fees for veterans. item, social security crimped. new cost of living the so- called chained cpi, cost retirees $130 billion over ten years. item. medicare. cut. $370 billion. doctors lose pay, seniors pay higher premiums and fees. these cuts are on top of the $700 billi
to hire even more. siemens' u.s. ceo is up next in a fox business exclusive interview with breaking news you will only see right here. ♪ ♪ liz: rearing its head again, shares moving higher today after the earnings for kate's to went out. the have to look at this. in the brink of an insider trading stand -- scandal, one of the top partners, and you can see him handing information over and taking money from somebody that he was stepping off about certain stocks. that information being passed out. it really has put the accountant in turmoil. but herbalife is having trouble finding a new accounts. last night the company said, there is no assurance it will be able to find a new auditor. today the chief financial response updated saying it is nearing completion. they need an account. the hunt has delayed a share buyback. now down more than 40%. and, of course, billionaires', shorting the stock. today he is the second anniversary of something called joining forces, veterans hiring initiative lost by the white house years ago. american companies have already hired some 290,000 veterans. we n
compmpanies to places beyond i. siemens. answers. >> now the toyota sports desk. winner, the winner of several awards and he can still get lit up. he did today. he drives a hard liner to the left. he took time off of baseball. 1-0 braves. chris johnson, up the middle for a base hit. 3-0, atlanta. more brave damage. he drives one the opposite way. yeah, too far. >> that's going to leave a mark. >> it left a mark on them. 4-0 braves. later in the third the dagger from simmons. he drives one deep to left. he gave up seven runs in five innings. it is 9-0. >> it was very shocking. we have a good lineup and the pitching was great. our job is to make sure we minimize the damage. we're not going to hold these guys too long and our job is to make sure we keep them as close as possible. i did not do that today. of battles, sometimes it is a wake-up call. >> how about the caps? starting off with the worst record in the league they are now four points away from winnipeg for first place. all of that criticism of alex ovechkin now leads the league in goals. they had three goals in the first and two in the s
, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by siemens. across the country, we're we're building them to last. siemens, answers. one. mutual assured provocation. >> the bottom line is very simply that what kim jong-un has been choosing to do is provocative, it is dangerous, reckless, and the united states will not accept the dprk as a nuclear state. >> north korea detonated a small nuclear bomb seven weeks ago. this has escalated the ongoing cycle of provocation by north korea and counter-provocation by the u.s. and the u.n. march 7th, u.n. security council votes unanimously to sanction pee i don't sanction pyongyang. march 11th, the u.s., and south korea, our longstanding ally, began joint annual war games. march 12th. north korea nullifies korean war's 60-year-old armistice between north and south and threatens to attack. march 20, north korea launches cyber attack on seoul, south korea. march 22. the u.s. and ally south korea announce an agreement to retaliate jointly against any attack. march 26th, north korea puts artillery and market forces
providing answers families need. siemens. answers. lou: the obama administration has done it again choosing another green energy losers spending millions and billions of taxpayer money in the process. this your automotive wiring senate represented of the work force after the chinese did not want to buy the company after all and that is 160 jobs gone after it was backed by a $529 million loan guarantee feel good about it fiskar could only cap 100 -- taft 193 million. we are shocked but this is not our first rodeo. a 123 now owned by a chinese company that changed its name, at a 123 is now before 56 and you thought the chinese did not have a sense of humor. it benefited from a $250 million grant and so linda got $528 million and they went belly up. the next one receiving 180 million and did you know, what happened? they went belly up -- belly up. and also receiving $43 million how about that? it seems like chump change only 43 million taxpayer dollars solar panel company abound solar crop 400 million we will kick it back up here i guess i don't need to point* it out is fun to say they went b
. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. john: i understand i have to pay taxes but i resent this sneaky taxes, a hidden fees on my phone bill and electric bill now we will hit by news sneaky taxes as part of obamacare. may be thought that was funded by drug companies but you will pay more although there has not been much publicity says john merline writing for investors business daily. what is hidden? >> 21 separate tax hikes. most of then you won't see they are headed in various ways. but if you have a flexible spending account which millions of americans do tax-free money you can spend on health care also called coal savings a medical savings account obamacare limit set at $2,500 to anybody who was putting $5,000 into flexible spending will pay more taxes next year but they won't know why but then realized they have a smaller deduction. they also have limits on what you can use that the flexible spending account on. obamacare says you can spend on over-the-counter drugs but you used to be able to. the limit how much you can play in raises $24 billion over 10 years b
, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk >>> the mclaughlin group is brought to you by siemens, across the coilding answers and building them to last. siemens, answers. ♪ [ music ] >>> e one. doubling down on debt. for years the debait in this town has raged between reducing our deficits at all costs, and making the investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument, because we can do both. >> president obama's $3,788,000,000,000 budget blueprint is a game changer. here are highlights from the 2500-page document. item. taxes. up $1 trillion dollars over ten years. that's on top of this january's $600 billion tax hike. item. domestic spending. up $1.058 trillion total. repeals the sequester, cuts, funds preschools, highways, green energy. item. defense spending down $500 billion. bases closed, weapons canceled. thousands of jobs cut. higher medical fees for veterans. item, social security crimped. new cost of living the so- called chained cpi, cost retirees $130 billion over ten years. item. medicare. cut. $370 billion. doctors lose pay, seniors pay higher pr
. the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. >> "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by siemens. acro and we're building them to last. siemens. answers. >>> we have been able to with these situations with the united states and russia in a way that is good for the security and the prosperity of both of our countries. we are cooperating on non- proliferation, on nuclear security. on intelligence and counterterrorism. >> president obama and then russian president dmitry medvedev of russia ry medvedev of russia agreed to join forces on agreed to join counterterrorism. specifically against chechen terrorist doku umarov and his al-qaeda affiliated caucasus emrit. umarov's casualty business emrit is in a region between the caspian and black seas that includes the russian republic of dagestan. after this agreement was reached, russian intelligence then asked the fbi to investigate tamerlan tsarnaev, the elder of two brothers charged with carrying out the boston marathon bombings that killed three people. two americans and a chinese national and wounded 260 on april the 15th. tamerlan was age
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. siemens. answers. gerri: lots of information coming out about the cost of that obamacare. we will have that next gerri: obamacare kicking into high gear next year and nobody -- and i mean nobody seems to know how much it will cost. two prominent democrats admitting that the law is complex and complicated and confusing. and that included the health and human services secretary kathleen sibelius. one of the reasons the estimated costs are spread out across hundreds of pages in obama's newly released budget is requesting an additional $1.5 million just to implement the change -- exchanges, that is. with more with the confusion had, michael cannon, the director of health policy studies at the cato institute. thank you for coming on. why can't we get a straight answer about the cost of this? wire the costs rising? >> blasting the obama administration wants is for anyone to know the cost of this law. the cost is spread out among federal agencies. we pick out individual parts, we find the projections, like you said. like you said, kathleen sibelius has been spending lots of money to encourage
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... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. gerri: imagine taking out a car loan and paying it off in eight years. believe it or not, more are asking for some of the longest ones in history to push down their monthly car payment and things are promoting it. we have a senior analyst the joins us now. good to see you and thank you for coming on the show again. >> thank you for having me on. i look at this story in the numbers, and i thought, people don't even usually have a car for eight years. so what is the point for financing it? it is ridiculous. >> i agree. in the fourth quarter of 2012, the average term for a new car finance rate was about 65 months on average. the highest we have ever seen. it really speaks to the fact that although the economy is generally recovering, if unemployment is still well below, there are a lot of people that are struggling. ultimately, they are looking to buy a new car, but they have to get their payment out. >> to me, this is crazy. if you have to spread out over eight years, it probably doesn't mak
is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >> all right. everyone, let's be clear this story has no impact on the market that we can detect. however, over the weekend it might be different. look at this, hundreds of north koreans dressed in traditional garb, the first anniversary of kim the younger's power. and noko's may be capable of a nuke on a rocket. and hours before secretary of state john kerry landed in seoul, south korea and meet with a leader and called the north korean rhetoric unacceptable. watch this story over the weekend. we've got three eye popping numbers for you. firstoff, president obama, the white house office of budget management reports obama will be the first president to spend 4 trillion dollars in a single year, watch out. where is that money coming from? we're not collecting all of it. in 2013 they'll collect 2.7 trillion dollars, clearly taxes will not pay for that 4 trillion dollars worth of spending in the future. what's the result? check the latest poll from the journal, 68% of people say making ends meet is a
is facing obstruction. later, wulff is alleged to have asked a contact at siemens to help a film project. >> what would you do if you're stuck in a foreign country accused of tax evasion and could not leave. >> first, here's a look at some other stores around the world. more fallout from the offshore tax havens scandal. the german finance minister says he will work closely with the u.s. treasury secretary, jack lew. lew was in berlin for talks ahead of the imf meeting in washington. >> 5 the u.n. peacekeepers were killed. >> the rebels backed by sudan are believed to be responsible. south saddam broke away after decades of civil war. -- south sudan broke away. >> uhuura cannot has been sworn in. he praised kenyan of voters for rejecting what he called "the tents -- "attempts to influence the election." is accused of crimes erupting after the 2007 election. >> meeting with benjamin netanyahu to revive middle east peace talks, secretary of state john kerry says he will be working with israeli and palestinian leaders to improve relations. he warned against seeking a rushed resolution saying
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interested in politics but the man's uncle lives in the washington, d.c. area and has led siemens since 2009, says his nephews never figured out how to adapt to life in the united states. >> i say what i think is behind it -- big losers, not being able to settle themselves and hating everyone. >> is a local could not say what might have motivated the two brothers to become the alleged boston marathon bombers. the 19-year-old says he studied at a prestigious cambridge school in massachusetts after receiving a scholarship. he described his dues as islamic and said the main things in life are career and monday. -- and money. we know the brothers are ethnic chechens but beyond that, the picture is not certain. when the boys were young, their family lived in the central asian nation of cure distend but may have moved to the russian republic thedagostan to escape persecution of chechens. around 2001, the family moved to the united states but the parents later returned to dagostan and let the brothers allowed in the united states. earlier, >> i am outside school number one. it is well -- this is wh
... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> we want to focus on one of the big questions here, the why. what's the why behind acts of terror? we may not know the specific motive yet in the boston marathon attack. >> terrorism in general is often used to cause widespread fear and panic. for more on the mind-set of people who commit terrorist attacks we turn to clinical psychologist jeff gardere. for several days we wanted to know the who. now we know the who, who authorities think did this and we want to know the why. why do people use terrorism? why do that? >> well the cia, the fbi h
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on the planet... dragon is caured. is connecting today's leading coanies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. lori: full coverage of market action, lauren simonetti on the stock exchange. we want to start off in the pits of the cme where sandra smith is standing by. in reaction to news out of boston? sandra: we are watching the markets, some what online from trades that happened earlier in the week, gold prices slightly higher, crude prices pretty much flat, and they were very volatile all week, taking a little bit of a pause but to quantify how volatile these markets have been, i put together the numbers for you the biggest numbers on the week, day percentage change, silver prices down 12%, gold prices down 7%, nearly $100, and in september of 2011, copper price a reflection of the week call for the global economy, china news earlier this week, bearish, copper prices down 6%. if you're looking for gains, the agricultural sector saw some, and, and natural gas of 4 present. and someone you did the action in today's session. and $100 from the close of around $400 a troy ounce. and gold will av
companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. cheryl: let's like money with charles payne, name your own price, travel web site priceline.com. charles: going against our sister company baron calfs, on the cover of the current issue of baron's, the kiss of death. william shatner walking on a tight rope ready to slip on a banana peel, this could correct 20%. to be quite honest considering where it has come from the last four five years with the proverbial drop in the bucket to more competition like orbits and expedia, my subscribers on orbits as well are wrong and premature. maybe they were going to the last earnings report when the hotel business which is there chunky is big business part of the business grew at 30.6% every year and a year earlier grew by 52% and were rocking in hotels, earnings estimates for this fiscal year and next fiscal year continue to go through the roof and it has a peg ratio under one. stock has come down, treated a day -- great buying opportunity in the idea of william shatner on a tight rope looking scared, we are talking about captain kirk. you guys remember w
, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. melissa: breaking news right now. a formal complaint regarding the disgraced partner that gave confidential information about herbalife and sketchers to an investor. it looks like it goes way deeper than first reported. >> major breaking news on this case. it now appears that scotland in did not stop back giving his friend inside information about herbalife and sketchers, but also gave him information about another one of his corporate clients, deckers outdoor. now we have three stocks involved in this case which broke a week ago where kpmg partner london was posted by the feds for tipping off this guy. here is one of several major developments here that is breaking right now. the golf buddy has been cooperating with the feds since january by wearing a wire and tapping phone conversations with london. details in this report, during conversations, shaw was having concerned about receiving inside information in advance of things like acquisitions and mergers. london apparently told him that he would need to s
today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >> neil: the president's budget comes out tomorrow but liberal groups and unions are protesting today, delivering petition with the more than 2 million signatures to the white house. they have a problem with the proposed entitlement cuts, particularly with social security. steve laser would have delivered the position to the white house himself but decided to hang out with us. who can blame him. good to see you. >> great to see you, neil. >> neil: your problem with this is what? >> i think if you need to raise revenue, you need today various things to improve the economy, don't do it on the backs of seniors, many of whom earn $20,000 a year or less and 70% of that from social security. any cuts to those folks makes a big deal. >> neil: you call it a cut. they still get increase in benefits, just changing the formula so that in some cases it's less, some more. >> when we talk about seniors, i go to aarp and see their calculations. they figure the average senior will lose 40 to $50 a year. that doesn't mean much. >> neil: b
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. siemens. answers. well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work. evoice. >> as the gun debate continues to can't straight the nation two prominent centers from unveiled the bipartisan compromise that expands background checks for sales of guns over the internet. and some say their proposal which will be included as an amendment to harry reid's sweeping gun legislation is a no-brainer. but not everyone agreed. they released a statement that reads in part, quote, no background check would have prevented the tragedies. >> after previously trying block any legislation, any next guest to here to tell us whether he plans to filibuster the so-called bipartisan deal. senator welcome back. how are you? >> great. thanks to be with you. >> the nra is 100% right. there is nothing being passed, all the feel-good legislatio
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beyond it. siemens. answers. >> if you >> neil: well, fox on top of this maybe being the weekend that he launches a missile. secretary of state john kerry saying he doesn't like the north korean leaders language. the secretary of state is in the region. what is the administration bracing for this weekend? the former deputy assistant secretary of the army. what do you think? >> let me tell you, we made a serious mistake last year when we laughed at this guy and kind of downplayed the significance of it. there's always been a lot of theater and drama in north korea, with kim jong-un, and the father and grandfather but kim jong-un has a much more mature nuclear and ballistic capability i believe makes this the greatest nuclear threat the united states has faced since thes ofcold war. >> neil: the way we demean these characters, and we can do a lot of damage. this guy has the weapons. or could. how close do you think he is and how much damage do you think he has potential for? >> he is a dangerous nut, neil, and the missiles, othe two missiles on the launch pad right now in mobile launchers,
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. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >>> a dramatic rescue off the coast of key west, florida. two cruise ships came to the rescue of people on the rafts in the middle of the ocean. >> a carnival cruise ship, and those aboard the raft were given food and medical attention. >>> find out the country of orig origin. and then you spell it out, of course. >> and as if the scripps national spelling bee is not hard enough -- >> they will have to now define some of the words. good luck with that. >> yeah. here is how it will work. the vocab tests, it will not happen onstage. those are held in a private room. >> how the kids perform on those tests, that accounts for 50% of their total score and it's that total score that determines who makes it to the final rounds. >> so instead of just telling you about the changes, oh, no. >> we will make fools of ourselves. >> so alison has questions and so do i. i will go first. what does it mean to winnow? a, expel through an opening in the side of a building. b, swim quickly. c, take out undesired parts. d, play a game with chance for mo
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companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> we are talking to senator ted cruz. it interrupted you. i apologize for that. if you will, sir. >> guest: sure, i was say that unfortunately the obama administration has not made a priority to prosecute those felons with guns. 15,000 felons and funneltives tried to purchase a gun and were turned down. they prosecuted just 44. let me repeat the numbers of the out 156,000 fe lops and fumetives illegally trying to purchase autobahn, the obama justice department only prosecuted 44. i am introducing legislation to create a task force in department of justice. we need to prosecute violent felons and fugitives to go after them and protect ourselves against violent crime. we shouldn't strip away the right to bear arm of lawful, peaceful citizens. >> lou: senator reid, the majority leader called for a cloture vote at 11:00 tomorrow morning. you and a number of your colleagues have also said you will filibuster should the need arise. is it your sense that the need will arise? are you committed to a fill buster? >> what i think is critical, is that
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